Marseille attacker Jordan Ayew believes they are ready for any opposition in the knock-out phase of the Uefa Champions League but not Barcelona.
The 20-year-old prodigy came off the bench to replace Lucho Gonzalez as Marseille rallied from two goals down to beat German champions Borussia Dortmund 3-2 to progress.
His brother Andre scored one of the late goals that helped Marseille to advance.
With the draw slated for Friday, Ayew claims they are ready for any opposition except title holders Barcelona.
“The atmosphere was unique and I took great pleasure even though I started from the bench,” the younger Ayew said.
“We are ready, no matter the opponent that comes our way. We want to avoid Barca.”